Stickly / Shaker hybrid display cabinet


wtnhighlander

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Even with the right equipment, TS, jointer, thickness planer, it still is the most physical work of the project. Then do it without the machinery is a hugh effort. I remember using my table saw as a thickness planer. The labor savings with the equipment is enormous. Start with a jointer. 6" x 48" minimum . Look for a used one. Good luck.

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14 hours ago, wtnhighlander said:

This method works identically on a router table, but a table saw can generally take deeper bites.

Indeed.  It is very similar to the router table method I use to flatten turning blanks which I need to be very square.  

I make the runners/skids from two layers of ply with one narrower than the other.  The narrow side goes toward the cutter so that there's a "rabbit like" space for the cutter to enter w/o necessarily cutting the runner.

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